Scientists can now manipulate the state of polarization across a laser beam at the wavelength scale. Such engineering allows for optimal plasmonic focusing that could be translated into efficient coupling for plasmonic circuits, high-resolution imaging, biochemical sensing and thin-film characterization.
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Weibin Chen, Robert L. Nelson, Don C. Abeysinghe, and Qiwen Zhan, "Optimal Plasmon Focusing with Spatial Polarization Engineering," Optics & Photonics News 20(10), 36-41 (2009)
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